their lobby was a great place to relax or play games and had a beautiful view. They had wine & cheese every afternoon and coffee & tea in lobby everyday all day. only negative was that we paid extra for a view room and the view was blocked by a whole bunch of trees.
I am so glad we got this room with view on the top floor. It was by default as the place was about to sell out for that date. But it was well-worth extra 20-30 bucks or so to stay there with a beautiful view of Bow River and mountains. You should request the "corner room facing the river on the third ...
Located in the heart of Airdrie, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Woodside Golf Course, Ironhorse Park, and Sierra Springs. Cross Iron Mills Mall and Century Downs Racetrack and Casino are also within 12 mi (20 km).
it was a quiet room. good location. affordable. I liked it.
Was disappointed in our stay. To start with, the evening front desk person is not the least bit friendly. When we checked in, we were informed that there was a $100 hold on our credit card for each key issued. Then we were told that it would cost extra if we wanted our room cleaned because we were ...
We had a really nice stay here. Everything clean except for what appeared to be some ground stains near the toilet. Nice option to use the #1 roam bus to get downtown. Spacious rooms and comfy beds! Balcony is a nice addition.
Overall nightmarish.I have a video of the bug crawling around.rooms not clean.had to climb stairs carrying a very heavy bag when initial dirty room was changed to another without toiletries. No fridge.and bug on the bed.
Great front of house Staff and friendly cleaning staff. Attentive breakfast bar.
Beds are great. Rooms are very satisfactory fo that price. In the past visits breakfast was included and satisfactory. Now it’s only coffee and toast with margarine. - that is not breakfast included Disappointing
First impression staff was rude. 5 people at the front desk and not one greeted us - just stared. I booked this hotel based on price and photos. Price was great. The photos were very misleading. I walked in my room and said out loud “this isn’t what the photos showed”. Had a queen room on the 5th ...
We were in a smoking room, which is what we requested, but it was not very clean and stunk to high heaven. The curtains were yellow and it was obvious that they had not been washed in a very long time. Just because people smoke does not mean that they are dirty and that is what this room said the ...
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